According to the latest reports, Adobe recently announced that it will provide Acrobat extensions for Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers. This new extension will allow you to easily comment, mark, fill and sign PDF files in the browser window.
The following are the highlights of the Adobe Acrobat extension:
Add comments, marks or highlights: Whether you are a student taking notes on lecture slides or a teacher giving feedback on homework, you can add comments, marks, drawings, text and highlights to PDF documents through the Acrobat extension. Fast and simple.
Fill in the fields and add electronic signatures: From purchase agreements and waiver forms to employment contracts and lease agreements, Chrome/Edge users can easily fill in form fields in PDFs and add electronic signatures without leaving the browser.
Convert PDF to Microsoft Word document: Copy and paste the content of PDF into a new document, which is time-consuming and laborious. Instead, use the Acrobat extension as a document converter to directly convert PDF to Microsoft Word documents in the browser without losing the format.
Convert web pages to PDF: See something on the Internet that you want to convert to PDF? You can convert web pages into PDF files by clicking the Acrobat icon on the Chrome/Edge toolbar. Acrobat retains the layout, formatting and links of the captured web page.
Rotate, delete or rearrange PDF pages: Trying to read a PDF manual or menu online, but found that it is displayed sideways? Using your Acrobat extension, you can rotate it instantly. Want to change the page order of a PDF document or delete a page before sending it to a colleague? Just a few clicks in your Chrome browser window.